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Burjeel Specialty Hospital – Home to Expert Dentists in Sharjah 

 
Dentistry, also known as dental medicine and oral medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity.
 

Over the year’s studies have shown the importance of regular dental checkups as keeping your teeth and gums healthy results in overall health. Certain bad habits will also have a negative impact on your oral health including biting nails, clenching jaws, grinding teeth, eating sticky sweets, drinking coffee and smoking. And visiting your dentist twice a year for routine checkups and X-ray images allow dental professionals to notice and diagnose the underlying dental invisible to the naked eye.

 

Renowned & Trusted Dental Hospital in Sharjah

 

At Burjeel Specialty Hospital, we give utmost value to patient well-being and overall health. We understand that a number of elements can give birth to oral health issues, and as such, we have put together an outstanding team of leading dentists and orthodontists in Sharjah that are adept at diagnosing and treating a variety of oral health concerns. Not only do we treat adults, we also have a dedicated pediatric dentist in Sharjah who holds a specialty in treating the oral health issues faced by children.

 

When to seek Medical Help?

 

Too many people mistakenly believe that they need to see a dentist only if they are in pain or think something is wrong, but they're missing the bigger picture. A dental visit means being examined by a doctor of oral health capable of diagnosing and treating conditions that can range from routine to extremely complex.

 

Tooth ache

 

The most obvious reason for a dental visit is a tooth ache. Common causes of tooth pain are cavities/decay, a crack or fracture, failing fillings or restorations, inflamed gums, or teeth grinding.

If you experience pain while biting, a sensitivity to hot or cold foods or drinks, or feel a dull pain, you should consult a dentist. Even if the pain comes and goes, there is an underlying cause that should be addressed. It is a good idea to solve the problem early to avoid further pain or damage to your teeth.

 

Broken or chipped tooth

 

Our teeth are strong but they can still fracture or break. This often happens due to an accident or injury but it can also be caused by biting into something hard or by cavities. If your tooth chips, cracks or breaks, it may not hurt instantly.

Swollen, red or bleeding gums

Bacteria in the mouth does not only cause plaque to form on teeth but it can also cause an inflammation of the gums. If you do not remove bacteria with regular brushing and flossing routines, it can build up. This can result in swollen, red, or bleeding gums.

 

Sensitivity of teeth

 

Our teeth can become hypersensitive to hot or cold foods and drinks when their protective layer, the enamel, is damaged or worn down. If the tooth’s internal nerves are exposed and unprotected, a sharp pain may arise when temperature travels into the tooth.
 

Missing teeth

 

Losing a tooth can be a painful experience. Our teeth age with us. They can become loose, worn down, or fall out. A dentist can often replace a missing tooth. Depending on the case and cause of tooth loss, your dentist may be able to reattach the tooth. The missing tooth might be replaced by a dental implant, a denture, or a dental bridge.

 

Jaw pain and headaches

 

Constant jaw pain and headaches can be an indicator for a condition pertaining to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or surrounding facial muscles. The TMJ connects the lower jaw to the temporal bone of the skull. It is a hinge joint that is used when we chew, eat, or talk.

There are various factors that cause a temporomandibular disorder. During your next visit, mention your jaw issues to your dentist.
 

Teeth grinding

 

The medical term for teeth grinding is bruxism. It can occur in the form of involuntarily clenching, grinding or gnashing the teeth. Bruxism often occurs during sleep and leaves the patient with a sore or stiff jaw.

Dentists can help you monitor your teeth grinding habits and give you several treatment options depending on the cause.

If you are concerned that you have sleep apnea, the first step is to conduct a sleep study completed by a registered Sleep Physician. Depending on the result of the study, your dentist may be able to assist you with further treatment such as an oral appliance (splint).

 

During Pregnancy

 

When you are pregnant, your hormones fluctuate more than usual. This can make you more susceptible to bleeding gums, gum disease, and the build-up of plaque. Your dentist will be able to assist you with your oral hygiene during pregnancy to ensure your oral health stays on track.

The team of dentists at Burjeel Specialty Hospital provide the following services:

  • Tooth color filling
  • Amalgam filling
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Extraction
  • Tooth Jewelry
  • Tooth Whitening
  • Crowns & Bridges
  • Removal of partial denture
  • Scaling & Polishing
  • Fluoride Application to prevent tooth cavity
  • Basic Orthodontic Treatment
  • Dental X –Ray
  • Teeth Alignment with clear teeth Aligners
  • Laser treatment
  • Pedodontist services 

World-class healthcare facilities can only be provided to patients through a specialised team of doctors. At Burjeel Specialty Hospital, we take pride in the dedication of our dentists and orthodontists who have devoted themselves to ensuring patient well-being. They hold extensive experience and high qualification to their credit. So in case you are looking for a reliable dentist in Sharjah, feel free to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists today!

Dr. Eman Nemr Abdullah

Dr. Eman Nemr Abdullah

Specialist Dentist
Dr. Naffla Rashin

Dr. Naffla Rashin

General Dentist

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